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Indian Overseas Bank vs Union Of India & Ors. on 11 January, 2018

1. The impugned Award, dated 27th January 2004, passed by the
learned Industrial Tribunal (hereinafter referred to as “the learned
Tribunal”) holds the termination, of the Respondent No 2-workman
Devender Singh (hereinafter referred to as “the workman”), by the
petitioner-Bank (hereinafter referred to as “the Bank”), on 30th June
1988, to be “neither legal nor justified”. Consequently, the impugned
Award directs the reinstatement of the workman with full back wages.
The Bank is before this Court, by means of the present writ petition,
thereagainst.

The Facts
2. On 26th October 1985, the workman was appointed as a
temporary messenger with the Bank. He worked, as temporary

W.P (C) No. 8767/2004 Page 1 of 21
messenger, at Hathras, from 28th October 1985 till 7th April 1987, and
as temporary messenger at Agra from 8th April 1987 till 30th June
1988.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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